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economy. a modest tax increase on the wealthy is not going to break their backs. they will still be wealthy. >> one of the most frequent criticisms we've heard over the past few years from members on both sides is you haven't done enough to reach out and build relationships. are there concrete ways that you plan to approach your relationships with congress in a second term? >> look, i think there's no doubt i can always do better. i think all of us have responsibilities to see if there's things we can improve on and i don't exempt myself from needing to do some self-reflection and see if i can improve our working relationship. >> reporter: the president also said in that press conference that he's eager to pursue immigration reform and climate change policy, but charlie and norah he didn't give a timetable for when we would see any initiatives out of the white house on those issues. >> nancy cordes, thank you. cbs news political reporter john dickerson is in washington with me. good morning. good to be in washington. >> up reversed roles here. you're here and norah is in new york
% that we can't afford and, according to economists, will have the least positive impact on our economy. a modest tax increase on the wealthy is not going to break their backs. >> one of the most frequent criticisms we've heard from members on both sides is that you haven't done enough to reach out and build relationships. are there concrete ways you plan to approach your relationships with congress in the second term? >> look, i think there's no doubt that i can always do better. i think all of us have responsibilities to see if there are things we can improve on. i don't exempt myself from needing to do some self reflection and see if i can improve our working relationship. >> reporter: the president will be landing in new york city in about an hour and a half to tour the devastation left by hurricane sandy. then tomorrow he sits down with congressional leaders from both sides to discuss ways to avoid going over the fiscal cliff. charlie and norah? >> nancy cordes, thank you. cbs political director john dick erson is here with me. >> it's good to be in washington. >> you've reversed r
the fragile economy. yesterday the republican speaker of the house laid out his path to a deal. democrats agree to entitlement cuts, he says republicans are open to new revenues and what he calls tax reform. >> we're willing to accept new revenue under the right conditions. what matters is where the increased revenue comes from and what type of reform comes with it. >> but boehner shot down the idea of tax increases specifically targeting the rich something the president insisted on during his campaign. earlier in the day, the top democrat in the senate implied that any compromise would need to include the president's plan. >> there was a message sent to us by the american people based on the campaign. that is people making all this money have to contribute a little bit more. >> reporter: now exit polls from tuesday showed that voters side with the president on the tax issue. 47% of voters said that taxes should increase for people making more than $250,000 a year. 13% said that they should increase for everyone. administration sources say that there's speculation
house says he will talk about growing the economy and row duesing the federal deficit. nancy cordes is at the white house. what is the president trying to accomplish here? >> reporter: i think he is trying to keep speaker john boehner from setting the ground rules when it comes to negotiations over the fiscal cliff, mix of spending cuts and tax increases that will kick in at the end of the year. after returning to the white house victorious you'll hear the president argue today, as he did so many times on the campaign trail that household income over $250,000 a year should revert to those higher clinton era tax rates. white house aides say his victory is a sign that the american people feel the same way. they have no plans of backing down. they have not said how they plan to handle negotiations on the fiscal cliff. they've really just been regrouping. he met with top aides about it yesterday. capitol hill is telling me that they're waiting to hear how the white house wants to move forward. there's really nothing they can do until they hear from the white h
of the economy a lot of airline pilots are taking early retirement because their pensions are frozen, they are not happy and are leaving in unprecedented numbers. let's go back to 2009 the national transportation safety board made a recommendation saying you need 1500 hours of experience before they will let you in the plane. the airlines have to field those people. the problem is it's not a surprise to the airline industry. they are acting as it's a big surprise. >> what do you differ from what sully said. >> i don't. >> you're on the same page. >> absolutely. you can't create a crisis and say it's an economic impact when you've known about it for a long time and the rules are in place and sully would agree are minimal rules. if you see what the actual >>> if you are headed out the door, this morning, yeah, bundle up. it's a little chilly out there. temperatures in the 30s and 40s looking nice and clear toward the golden gate bridge. we'll likely see passing clouds as we head throughout the day today. 34 degrees in fairfield. 37 concord and 38 in livermore. highs only in the 50s tow
. a perfect storm that endangers a fragile economy. yesterday the speaker of the house laid out his path. if democrats agree to entitlement cuts republicans are open to do revenues and what he calls tax reform. >> we're willing to accept new revenue under the right conditions. what matters is where the increased revenue comes from and what type of reform comes with it. >> reporter: but boehner shut down the idea of targeting increasing taxes on the rich. the top democrat in senate implied any compromise would need to include the president's plan. >> there was a message sent to us by the american people based on the campaign. that is people making all this money have to contribute a little bit more. >> reporter: exit polls from tuesday show voters side with the president on the tax issue. 47% of voters said that taxes should increase for people make being more than $250,000 a year. 13% said they should increase for everyone. the administration and sources say there's speculation and they won't confirm it but likely to be a meeting between the president and congressional leaders soon maybe
. >> the white house says he'll talk about the economy and reducing the federal deficit. nancy cordes is at the white house. nancy, what is the president trying to accomplish here? >> reporter: i think in part what he wants to do is prevent the republican house speaker john boehner from setting the agenda, establishing the ground rules when it comes to negotiations over the fiscal cliff. this mix of spending cuts and tax increases that's going to kick in at the end the year. so after returning to the white house victorious you'll hear the president argue today as he did so many times on the campaign trail that household income over $250,000 a year should revert to those higher clinton era tax rates. white house aides say his victory tuesday night is a sign that the american people feel the same way so they have no intention of backing down on that issue no matter how many republicans disagree. beyond that the white house hasn't said how they plan to handle negotiations over the fiscal cliff. they have been regrouping, the president held some meetings with top aides yesterday about it
don't happen just in a month or two with the economy. >> reporter: asked about running for president in 2016 a subject of much chatter in washington ryan found the idea this early laughable. >> i think everybody's tired of talking about presidential politics. i am. >> reporter: i tell you, though, here in washington, 2016 and who's going to be the republican nominee is no laughing matter. people are already looking at paul ryan and every move he makes in that context. by the way, jessica arpe is the reporter that did the very fine job in that interview. >> it is interesting to hear paul ryan say what a lot of people think, i've had enough of talking about presidential politics at this point. >> but he also confirms this notion that a lot of people within the romney and ryan campaign thought they were going to win. >> some of the metrics were wrong and now there's an internal debate about how they got it so wrong. >> and we'll get more on that from mike huckabee. >> exactly. mike huckabee will be here shortly. four years ago, remember mike huckabee ran for preside
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